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Security Coordination Internship F/H

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VINCI Concessions is an international market leader in airport, highway and railway mobility, committed to fostering sustained and shared growth for territories and communities. We successfully deliver the public-private partnership promise in 21* countries, building on our unique construction-concession model and a broad expertise in designing, financing, building and operating mobility facilities. Delivering a positive experience to our 2 million daily customers is the primary goal for our +20 000 employees throughout the world. VINCI Concessions brings together VINCI Airports - the world's first private airport operator, VINCI Highways – a leading road mobility operator with 3.564 km managed in 14 countries, and VINCI Railways - a pioneer in the rail concession industry.

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Job category

BUILDING / MAINTENANCE - Technical Assistant

Position title

Security Coordination Internship F/H



Contractual hours

Full Time

Duration of the contract

6 months starting from January 2020

Role description

VINCI Airports, as the leading private airport operator in the world, manages the development and operation of 46 airports located in France, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Serbia, Cambodia, Japan, the United States, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Chile and Brazil. Served by more than 250 airlines, VINCI Airports' network handled 240 million passengers in 2018 (including traffic at London Gatwick). Through its expertise as a comprehensive integrator, VINCI Airports develops, finances, builds and operates airports, leveraging its investment capability, international network and know-how to optimise the management and performance of existing airport infrastructure, facility extensions and new-build construction projects. In 2018, its annual revenue for managed activities amounted to €3.6 billion, for consolidated revenue of €1.6 billion. More comprehensive information is available on

Reporting to the Operations Director and the Airport Equipment Manager (Technical Department), the Security Coordination Intern collects best practices in the network, review information from the security stakeholders and coordinate several group-wide transversal projects covering technical, operational and maintenance aspects.


Role and activities:

He/she is in charge of:

- Follow up current security projects in the network : hold bag EDS standard 3 integration in France, cabin bag EDS CB3 implementation (UK) and trials coordination (Portugal, Lyon,…), body scanner performance

- Review of all security equipment categories and technological ‘watch’: feedback from the network, meeting with suppliers, writing of technological watch and operational summary/recommendation notes for airports

- Review of regulatory situation, current and future, of all countries in which Vinci Airports are present

- Survey and analyse all solutions in the network to produce guidelines for new check point security project or inform the acquisition process of new airports:

  • Equipment
  • Layout
  • Operations organisation
  • Conops
  • Contracts and Service Level agreement
  • Performance (throughput, staff per lane,…)

- Mapping of supplier, technological watch. Produce a supplier engagement strategy together with Vinci Airports Purchasing manager.

- Coordinate and facilitate Vinci Airports security committee and organise/facilitate the transversal projects identified by this committee.




  • Generalist, Civil, Electro-mechanical, Industrial or aviation/aeronautical graduate Engineer with high interest in airport projects and airport operations.
  • Knowledge of airport security environment and airports in general is an advantage.
  • Willingness to work in an international, multi-cultural, transversal (Operation, technical, maintenance,…) and business oriented context 
  • Rigor and developed communication/coordination skills.
  • Outgoing, endowed with recognized relational qualities;
  • Strong leadership, autonomy, proactivity
  • Team player and self‐motivated / ‘can-do’ attitude
  • Ability to convey, assimilate and summarise technical contents, project outcome and results internally or externally; to colleagues, clients or other stakeholders, in the form of reports or présentations.
  • Language: Fluent English (mandatory, written and spoken), French (optional), Spanish (optional). Most of the discussions and documents will be in English.
  • Mobile for regular trips to the main airports of the group. 


Applicant criteria

Min. education level required

Superior to masters degree

Min. experience level required



English (Can chair a meeting)

Job location

Job location

Europe, France, IdF, HAUTS-DE-SEINE (92)


12/14 rue Louis Blériot